“He prayed to God for peace. He prayed to God for strength.”
This line was removed from a little girl’s poem about her grandfather’s service in Vietnam. It was a Veteran’s Day assembly at her school. This is a basic freedom of speech issue, a no brainer.
The little child is not an employee of the United States. A child is under no obligation to cater to athiests who may be offended at her poem’s reference to God.
The Alliance Defending Freedom pointed out that the Gettysburg address and the Pledge of Allegiance mention God; so, are they, too, no longer to be read at public school assemblies for fear of offending the athiests?
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